Control Systems 2 ()
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At the end of the module students are able to analyse and design multi-input-multi-output control systems. Afterwards they are familiar with advanced concepts of linear control systems and capable of conceiving and implementing controllers by themselves. The necessary methodological fundamentals are taught in the lecture. Some of the application examples are solved in programming exercises, thus students are able to implement and apply algorithms in computer-aided control design.
Analysis of multi-input-multi-output (MIMO) systems: poles and zeros,controllability and observability, stability: MIMO-Nyquist criterion, Gershgorin, quadratic stability, Lyapunov-based analysis tools, structural analysis, fundamental performance bounds; control design for MIMO systems: pre-filter design, parametric feedback design, decoupling control, loopshaping, H-infinity control, LMI-based control synthesis, computer-aided control design. - Application examples.
Fundamentals of control and advanced knowledge in mathematics.
written, 90 min
Lecture work sheets and Lunze "Regelungstechnik 2: Mehrgrößensysteme, Digitale Regelung (Springer-Lehrbuch)"